% of Mobile Users Playing Games on Phones Declines from August to November 2010


According to recent news from comScore, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCOR), a leader in measuring the digital world, stated in a report today that in November, 67.1 percent of U.S. mobile subscribers playing games on phones over the previous month declined  0.4% for the three months.

Looks like productivity is up!

Other stats on Mobile Phone Usage, Platforms, Content, and OEM Marketshare can be found on the ComScore Press Release.

Here are some more statistics on mobile phone market share and platforms. As you can see Samsung’s Facinate is a hit. While Google’s Android Platform has finally passed Apple and the iPhone.

This year I will begin offering mobile text marketing services using the “90210” shortcode. Starts at just $99 per month for 2000 outgoing messages.

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